Experience “Un-Googleable Travel” with Art in Voyage’s Curated Journeys
July 5, 2022
Orlando, FL (May, 2022) – Boutique travel design company Art in Voyage is elevating the art of luxury, small-group travel with their Curated Journeys—a collection of itineraries spanning the globe that incorporate hidden gems and under-the-radar destinations discovered by their well-traveled team of journey designers. These journeys are “un-Googleable” because the combination of destinations, sites and activities on any single itinerary cannot be found with a single Google search. And to ensure they’re staying ahead of travel trends and to provide returning guests with something to look forward to, Art in Voyage renews their portfolio every two years with fresh destinations and experiences.
These itineraries are meticulously designed to provide guests with a seamless travel experience. Every detail has been considered: time of year, optimal group size, availability of luxury accommodations, enlightening sites and activities, and sought-after restaurant reservations. A hallmark of any Art in Voyage journey is the presence of knowledgeable hosts and experts, ranging from chefs and wine educators to photographer and yoga instructors, to further enhance the guest experience.
The current list of Curated Journeys spans five continents, with itineraries ranging from seven days to the epic 28-day, around-the-world Magellan Odyssey. Some guest favorites, as well as new offerings, for the coming year are highlighted below :
Decanting Burgundy and Beaujolais, France
Decanting Burgundy and Beaujolais is an eight-day immersive journey into the wine and cuisine of these lesser-known—but highly regarded—wine regions of France. A Burgundy-based wine expert will lead a maximum of 10 guests on private tours of chateaus and wine estates where they’ll sample the vintages, meet the winemakers and growers—and even try their hand at harvesting. A food tour of the artisan shops and markets around Old Lyon uncovers the many culinary delights of the “world capital of gastronomy,” and is followed by three-course dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant. An Art in Voyage favorite, this journey was designed—and will be hosted—by CEO Mikael Audebert, who loves to share his passion, knowledge and boundless enthusiasm for Burgundy and Beaujolais with his guests. Departing September 18, 2022, this eight-day itinerary starts at $6,727 per person.
Land of the Rising Sun, Japan
Travelers looking for a distinct and varied tour of Japan will be drawn to the Land of the Rising Sun itinerary, an epic, 14-day journey incorporating 11 diverse destinations. Ranging from well-known favorites to hidden gems, this intimate itinerary is limited to just six guests and will be hosted by a knowledgeable local guide. The first week of the journey puts the focus on the classic wonders of Japan with two days spent touring the bustling, modern hub that is Tokyo, a full-day trip to the mountainous town of Hakone famous for its hot springs and views of Mt. Fuji, and three days enjoying the epicenter of Japanese traditional culture in Kyoto, complete with a geisha experience and a night in a Ryokan. The second week takes guests on an adventure to uncover the country’s best hidden gems, from a visit the Japanese Alps of Kanazawa for “glamping” at the foot of Mount Fuji, to a night spent in a temple partaking in the Monk’s traditional way of life, to lunch at a three-Michelin starred restaurant in colorful Mt. Yoshin. Departing October 1, 2022, this 14-day itinerary starts at $11,499 per person.
Feast of the Senses, Portugal
Food lovers looking for a relaxing getaway that includes a stay in an authentic winery and farmhouse will love the eight-day Feast for the Senses food & wine experience in Portugal. Two expert hosts—award-winning Chef Kevin Fonzo and wine educator Katie Barratt—will take guests on a true feast of the senses in Portugal’s the Douro Valley, the world’s oldest wine-producing region and home to many famous port wines. Home base for this journey is a quaint, authentic winery and farmhouse complete with organic gardens, fruit and nut trees, and a farm-to-table restaurant on site. While Chef Fonzo introduces hungry guests to some of the regional culinary traditions focusing on locally sourced ingredients, Katie will showcase some of her favorite wineries around, working hand-in-hand with the winemakers to create a unique and memorable experience. A day exploring the city of Porto, a private boat ride on the Douro river, a visit to the history city center at Guimaraes and plenty of leisure time round out the trip. Departing April 15, 2023, this eight-day itinerary starts at $4,783 per person.
About Art In Voyage
Art In Voyage is a boutique travel company on a mission to create travel utopia for their guests through carefully curated journeys that span the globe. Founded by CEO Mikael Audebert in 2011, Art In Voyage offers an alternative to uninspired group travel with customized getaways that deliver discovery and relaxation in peak luxury. Their curated journey collection consists of hosted, small-group journeys designed to offer seamless and ‘un-googleable’ travel experiences across 60 countries. For guests wishing to turn their dreams into uniquely personal travel experiences, Art In Voyage’s exclusive journeys are tailor-made with an impressive attention to detail to deliver memorable, impactful and hassle-free exploration. Magellan Odyssey—their epic 28-day journey that spans 10 countries across five continents—will depart the US in March 2023.
Art In Voyage has offices in the US and South Africa. Additional information can be found by contacting Art In Voyage at 1-631-440-3050, visiting their website at www.artinvoyage.com, or by email at email@example.com.
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